in ancient Egyptian religion, the soul, regarded as dwelling in a person's body or in an image
Origin of kaEgyptian k?
- a spiritual part of the soul in Egyptian mythology, which survived after death
- To serve, in the phrase "Ka me, ka thee".
From Latin fricantem frica
- Alternative form of ker- added to expressive words to form adverbs and interjections. See ker-.
- Alternative spelling of Krishna.